2018 Season Tickets on Sale
Dec. 11, 2017

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BOISE, Idaho -- Just in time for the holidays, season tickets for the 2018 Boise State football season are on sale now, Bronco Athletics announced Monday. Payment plans are available through the Athletic Ticket Office, and all new season ticket purchases between now and Dec. 22 will include a gift pack from the Bronco Shop valued at more than $75.

In addition to the early on-sale date and extended payment plan option, Boise State is introducing more affordable options throughout Albertsons Stadium. A seat in the North End Zone is priced at $99 per seat, a savings of $66 from last year's price. A savings of as much as $45 per seat can be found in the curves, and $15 in the South End Zone.

The Family Plan has also dropped considerably -- two adult and two junior tickets are available in the south end zone and curves for $616. This is a savings of more than $80 from last year's price, and a savings of nearly $175 from two years ago.

A single junior ticket in the south end zone is available for just $149.

Tickets in the main stadium remain the same ($390) for the fifth time in six seasons, plus applicable per-seat contributions depending on location.

New season ticket holders can purchase tickets immediately at BroncoSports.com/tickets or by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at (208) 426-4737, and they will have the opportunity to select their seat location.

Season ticket holders will be receiving renewal information in January, and will also have an opportunity to relocate their seats.

The Broncos will enter 2018 as the defending Mountain West Champions, returning 15 of their 19 all-conference honorees. The conference championship was the team's 13th since joining what is now the Football Bowl Subdivision in 1996, more than any school in the country. During that time the Broncos have also won 10-or-more games 15 times, a mark that ranks second nationally only to Ohio State (17).

Boise State is also 108-7 at Albertsons Stadium since 2000, the nation's highest home winning percentage (.939).

The Broncos will host Connecticut (Sept. 8) and BYU (Nov. 3) in nonconference action in 2018, while the Broncos' home Mountain West slate will include Colorado State, Fresno State, San Diego State and Utah State, each of which qualified for a bowl game in 2017. Dates for the Broncos' conference games, and times for each of the team's six home games will be announced at a later date.


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